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Work in Progress / [LOCKED] Zombie Fall Demo v1 - DGDK

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Trenton
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Posted: 4th Aug 2011 21:49 Edited at: 5th Aug 2011 07:43
Intro: This is my second Dark GDK game, and I'm already working on another! I hope you all like it!

It is a remake of a game called shogun fun on the iphone

Download:

Zombie Fall - 13.3MB
Zombie Fall - 13.3MB
Zombie Fall - 13.3MB



Trailer:

YOUTUBE TRAILER
YOUTUBE TRAILER
YOUTUBE TRAILER


Zombie Fall
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v1.00


Introduction:

The date is September 2, 2023. Zombies have overtaken the world. Through time they have mutated, becoming stronger, faster, and recently they have learned how to work in teams. You have survived this long thanks to an abandoned factory. It had plenty of supplies to keep you going. Some how they have found you. You know your dead, there's just too many. Might as well have some fun before you go down! Kill as many of them as you can!


Controls:

Up - W or Up Arrow Key
Left - A or Left Arrow Key
Right - D or Right Arrow Key
Aim - Mouse
Shoot - Left Mouse Button
Punch - Right Mouse Button
M - Mute Music
N - Unmute Music

Cheats: (Note: Using cheats will disable high scores)

Invincibility - dontlive
Exploding Zombies - dontexplode
Autoshotty - dontshoot
Extra Bloody - dontbleed
More Zombies - dontspawn

Credits:

Programming - Trenton
Sprites - Chad Chisholm
Music - ACDC
Sounds - Online Resources

Trailer:

YOUTUBE TRAILER

Download:

Zombie Fall - 13.3MB

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Dr Tank
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Posted: 4th Aug 2011 22:39
This is awesome! Will give fuller review when I've been to the pub.
Trenton
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Posted: 5th Aug 2011 00:58
Thanks Dr Tank you should see the next game I have cookin. I just started it, but I expect a playable demo within a week or two. This game isnt finished yet Im going to make it online.

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Dodga
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Posted: 5th Aug 2011 01:19
Hey this is really cool man, really impressive and smooth.
Trenton
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Posted: 5th Aug 2011 01:21
Thanks Dodga. I made this one a while ago, but since my computer crashed and I lost my Nazi Zombie source I decided to upload this. It was on a flash drive of mine.

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Posted: 5th Aug 2011 03:01
Things that are awesome about this:

It runs fast and smooth
The mechanics are solid and the controls are intuitive
The graphics are nice
The shotgun sounds and feels meaty and awesome. The screen shake is great. What algorithm did you you for it?
The zombies feel quite dangerous
No complicated menus to get through -drops you right in and you can press F1 if you want. This is quite refreshing!

Things that could be better:

You can get a high score with no fuss by camping out in a safe spot. If you were to make more of this, or a simalar game again (i'd recommend it!), try to have some kind of mechanic that drives the player to run around more, and camp less. A multiplier or bonnus for killing stuff quickly, dropping ammo that the player needs to move to go and collect, having no "safe" spots, having to move constantly because of rising water, blood, epic zombie horde coming from the side etc.

Also more weapons would be cool, characters. Maybe have another character with a light saber, and another one with a big machine gun or something.
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Posted: 5th Aug 2011 05:48
wow great suggestions Dr Tank! Iwill for sure take your advise and you will get credit

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GotAway
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Posted: 5th Aug 2011 07:20
Great game man Would've been better if I hadn't already played it TWO YEARS AGO.

http://sandbox.yoyogames.com/games/63494

Looks like your "sprite guy" got in a bit earlier.

If a tree falls in the forest and kills a woman - Wait.... why the hell is there a forest in the kitchen?
Trenton
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Posted: 5th Aug 2011 07:42 Edited at: 5th Aug 2011 07:56
I know he is the origional creator. I remade it in DGDK. not an easy feat. I got the idea because I have the app on my iphone. Thanks for the comment.

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Posted: 5th Aug 2011 22:56 Edited at: 5th Aug 2011 22:57
Quote: "I remade it in DGDK"

If you made it in DGDK then why do you have .gmres (Game Maker RESource) files included with your project?

Also your F1 help box is the exact same setup as the Game Maker help box.

"So hold your head up high and know. It's not the end of the road"
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Dodga
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Posted: 5th Aug 2011 23:12
Busted lol
Trenton
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Posted: 5th Aug 2011 23:30
Because the game was originally his, I have to include the freeware that he gave me. It was the agreement that we came to. I could use his sprites/sounds if I included his info and resources

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Zombie Fall Online official site - http://www.zombiefall.tk
heyufool1
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Posted: 5th Aug 2011 23:38
I'm still suspicious of the help menu, and the game runs fine if you delete the resource files so that seems pointless to me. To be honest, I won't believe you wrote this until I see a little bit of source code.

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Trenton
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Posted: 5th Aug 2011 23:43
actually I am releasing the source code once I finish Zombie Fall Online. So in about a month you shall have it.

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Zombie Fall Online official site - http://www.zombiefall.tk
heyufool1
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Posted: 5th Aug 2011 23:49
Hmmm, I will remain stubborn and say this is made with Game Maker. Also your youtube name is GMakerPro, which doesn't really help your case.

P.S. I know the term "game maker" doesn't necessarily refer to the program Game Maker. But, in your case it seems to.

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Trenton
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Posted: 5th Aug 2011 23:53 Edited at: 6th Aug 2011 00:00
Lol thats ok.

Here is some sample source for you.:


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Zombie Fall Online official site - http://www.zombiefall.tk
Dodga
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Posted: 5th Aug 2011 23:55
You can't even show us like one of your functions? Like let's the the pixel by pixel scrolling function you have.

The thing is, with DarkGDK, I've not seen anyone have the ability to zip all the files up into one executable.
I know DBPro and GameMaker have this ability, so it throws the whole thing into question. Having the the gamemaker resources in the project folder makes it even more suspicious.


Plus the fact that you pop out games like its going out of style,
It's all very suspicious.
If you haven't noticed, people around here don't finish games that fast.
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Posted: 6th Aug 2011 00:00
Here is some sample code:


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Zombie Fall Online official site - http://www.zombiefall.tk
Trenton
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Posted: 6th Aug 2011 00:03
And I have not made it to where it doesnt need the other images or sounds to load them. I simply have them hidden. Its not hard to do just be smart so others cant steal your work.

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Dodga
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Posted: 6th Aug 2011 00:05
Okay, so let me get this straight, for a 2d game you are loading 3d objects? dbLoadObject("player.x", 2);

2d objects only get loaded through images or sprites. Also that return at the end is exit the game, it honestly looks like you just copied and pasted the sample game from the wizard.

Sorry to be harsh man, not trying to be a douche, but I call it like I see it. You would use none of the commands in that code you just pasted to create a 2d game. You have no need to rotate the camera for a 2d game, load 3d objects, or have objects rotating in 3d space. It would all be sprite commands, I call BS.
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Posted: 6th Aug 2011 00:10 Edited at: 6th Aug 2011 00:15
Thanks for the source code! Now you proved that you didn't write this game.

1. The camera is NEVER rotated in game but your code rotates it on X and Z axis if the respective arrow key is pressed.
2. Your sample code includes the entire main loop and it doesn't manage collision, enemies or really anything else in the game.
3. There are no hidden files in your game's folder.
4. What Dodga already mentioned.

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Posted: 6th Aug 2011 00:18
I just redownloaded his zombie alley game too, same story, it looks like he used the same template for the help menu and everything. Copying and pasting is so hard to do in c++ natively, but if you notice in his zombie alley game, you can highlight text in the info screen.

Also whats the big deal about hiding your game assets? Do you really think people are that desperate to rip these kind of graphics off? No, the real deal, is you used GameMaker, and wanna act like you coded the games, when you didnt.

Real coding takes alot of time and dedication, and it's really kind of a slap in the face to all the rest of us who work VERY hard to program everything ourselves to come in here and try to pawn off gamemaker games as c++ games.

Making games with GameMaker is fine, got nothing against it, but it's not exactly the same thing as coding everything yourself.

It's like saying you painted the mona lisa, when really all you did is do a paint by numbers of the mona lisa.

The sad part is I think you are good at making games, it doesnt matter what you use, a game is a game, just be honest about the method.
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Posted: 6th Aug 2011 00:19
But I'm definitely going to report this to the mods and we can see what they think.
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Posted: 6th Aug 2011 00:20
I don't know Dodga, I doubt he even made this game.

GotAway's link:
http://sandbox.yoyogames.com/games/63494

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Posted: 6th Aug 2011 00:25
Lol you are completely right, this is freakin outlandish. It honestly makes me sick there are people out there that will take credit for other people's work, and for what? Just the good feelings you get from total strangers telling you your non creation is awesome?

It's like people cheating in online games, like do you feel better about yourself now that other people think you are good? No matter what other people think, you have to go home and deal with the reality of yourself. Have fun with that.
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Posted: 6th Aug 2011 00:28
You know, if he spent the same amount learning to program as he did faking this game then he could have a small prototype of an original game ready. Oh well, he won't last long here

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Posted: 6th Aug 2011 00:29 Edited at: 6th Aug 2011 00:31
lol yeah. Heres another tid bit from another website:

About Trenton

Biography
I am a huge gamer. I love anything and everything to do with gaming.
Location
Fresno
Interests
Programming
Occupation
Unemployed
Operating Systems
Windows
Programming Languages
English



Don't you think he might have put c++ there if he was that great?

Also look what we have here:

http://gmc.yoyogames.com/index.php?showuser=216002&f=

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heyufool1
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Quote: "Don't you think he might have put c++ there if he was that great? "

Haha, or at least a real programming language!

Well, I think it's time to stop posting here, I don't want a slap after all

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Posted: 6th Aug 2011 00:33
Lol yeah. I feel like a PI now
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After the suspicions raised by people, I looked into it and this was created with GameMaker and is someone elses hard work. Take 2 weeks off to think about why this is not tolerated here.

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